With Americans striving to be healthier and make better food choices, the era of the super-sized item is getting some competition.
Smaller bites are now expanding the choices at fast food chains across America.
Pizza Hut is the latest restaurant to offer down-sized items on their menu.
Mini pizzas, called "big pizza sliders" are helping diners eat less while indulging their guilty pleasure.
The sliders which were tested last year retail for 4-dollars for an order of three or for a bigger appetite, you can buy a box of $9 for $10.
McDonald's is also one of the chains offering up smaller food portions with the launch of fish McBites.
And Burger King now has molten fudge bites.